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Real Madrid Femenino vs. UD Granadilla Tenerife: Starting Lineups, Time, & How to Watch

Las Blancas need to get back on track in the league.

Real Madrid V Atletico De Madrid - Primera Division Femenina Photo By Oscar J. Barroso/Europa Press via Getty Images

Real Madrid Femenino play their fifth league match of the season against UD Granadilla Tenerife at 6:30 pm local time (12:30 pm EST), coming off an international break where a number of Las Blancas players got minutes for their country.

David Aznar will also have to cope with a number of injuries, though Maite Oroz, Lucía Rodríguez, and Claudia Florentino have returned.


Real Madrid: Misa, Babett Peter, Olga Carmona, Kosovare Asllani, Esther González, Claudia Florentino, Marta Corredera, Lucía Rodríguez, Rocío Gálvez, Claudia Zornoza, Athenea del Castillo

Subs: Belén, Kenti Robles, Ivana Andrés, Maite Oroz, Lorena Navarro, Caroline Møller, Dana Benítez

Coach: David Aznar

Predicted formation: 4-4-2

It’s likely that Claudia Florentino will move up into midfield in a double pivot with Zornoza, while Corredera will play out wide on the left. Some of this could be part of a basic rotation, but it’s also quite likely that Maite is not fully fit yet.

Granadilla: Aline Reis, Aleksandra, Pisco, Patri Gavira, Cubedo, S. Doblado, N. Ramos, Paola H.D., Ange Koko, María Jose, Martín-Prieto

Subs: Pili, Beattie, Claire, Sandra, Ariyo, Sara L., Wilmary, Ortiz

Coach: Francis Díaz

Predicted formation: 4-4-2

How to Watch

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